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National tree – Banyan

The Banyan (Ficus bengalensis) which was declared as the National Tree of India, has very big structure, with wide expanding branches and deep roots that symbolizes country’s unity. Because of its ever-expanding feature and longevity, the tree represents eternal life. Apart from immense medicinal values, Banyan is associated with many Indian myths and rituals.... »

National fruit – Mango

Mango (Mangifera Indica) which is also called as the ‘King of fruits’ is regarded as the National Fruit because of its taste and distinction. There are also many legends and myths that are associated with mangoes in Indian history. For instance, it was said that the great Mughal king, Akbar had planted more than... »

National River – Ganga

Ganga also called as river Ganges was declared as the National River on November 4th 2008 by the Government of India. From ancient times, the river Ganga has great spiritual significance and Hindus consider it as the sacred place to do religious rituals. It is the longest river in India that runs from Himalayas... »

National Aquatic animal – River Dolphin

Gangetic dolphin (Platanista gangetica) also called as Susu has been declared the National Aquatic Animal as an initiative to save these oldest creatures from becoming extinct. Mostly they are found in pure and fresh water resources and in India we can find them in rivers like Ganga, Meghna and Brahmaputra. These rare species of... »

Automobiles becoming major contributors for air pollution in Hyderabad City

Air pollution has become a major concern in many big cities and Hyderabad is no exception for that. Generally, industries, automobiles, burning of wood and crop lands are the major contributors of air pollution. In Hyderabad city, the impact of industries and burning of crop lands on air pollution is limited, as most of... »

SSC and Inter Exam Dates Out

Telangana State BSE and BIE have already announced SSC and Intermediate exam schedule which are to be held in the month of March 2016. The dates and timings are given as follows: Telangana board SSC time table 2016: Exam date: 21st March to April 9th, 2016 21-Mar-2016 (Monday) First language Paper-Ⅰ 09:30 AM to... »

Eamcet Exam – 2016 is to be held on May 02, 2016

After bifurcation from Andhra Pradesh, the Telangana state has started conducting separate EAMCET from 2015 onwards and the same procedure is going to continue this year too. The TS EAMCET date has already been announced as May 2nd, 2016. The exam will be conducted by JNTU (Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University) Hyderabad, on behalf of... »

Indian Republic Day Celebrations 2016

Indian Republic Day Celebrations 2016

We all know, this year India will be celebrating 67th Republic day on Tuesday, January 26th, 2016. It is a common practice that the preparations start one month before in New Delhi, and the full dress official rehearsal will take place few days prior to the actual event. The Republic day celebrations of 2016... »

Important Facts about Indian Republic Day

Important Facts about Indian Republic Day

Republic day or “Ganatantra Diwas” in India signifies the adoption of Indian constitution on 26th January, 1950 to become a truly Sovereign, Democratic and Republic nation. The main attraction of Indian Republic day celebrations is the grand parade that takes place along Rajpath road, New Delhi from the Raisina Hill near the Rashtrapati Bhavan... »

20 Flyovers & Junctions for Hyderabad are Approved

Telangana government on 24 July’15 gave administrative approval for the construction of  20 multilevel flyovers and junctions at an estimated cost of Rs. 2,631 crore in the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation limits under Strategic Road Development Plan (SRDP). Orders issued by the Municipal Administration & Urban Development (MA&UD) Department stated that the project should... »